Question by  ramesh (17)

What were the original US ports in colonial times?

Where were the ports in the colonial times.


Answer by  rhistory (224)

The original colonial ports were New York, New York, Boston, Massachusetts, Charleston, South Carolina and Providence, Rhode Island. Most of the ports were found in the northern colonies.


Answer by  mikeydaddy (36)

Colonial America thrived because of its ports. The Ports were an important asset to the business of living in the colonies. First and foremost the list of ports must include New York City, although for a while the city was called New Amsterdam. The rest of the list though not any less important includes Boston, Philadelphia, Charleston, Norfolk and Savannah

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